Turning Point School Blog
As part of the second graders’ cultural study of their families, students were asked to bring in recipes that represented their family’s background or culture. Mrs. Marchbanks shared gumbo from Trinidad and Tobago with her students, and Mrs. McArdle shared black eyed peas from her southern heritage. Orson also brought in traditional Brazilian brigadeiros for his classmates to try. Students from each class will be bringing home a cookbook full of the recipes their classmates chose. Both classes will also be sharing their cookbooks with their student partners in a school in New Zealand!